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StreamCare, native riparian planting

Stream Care

Providing a subsidy for Riparian Plants in Golden Bay

Riparian margins to plant in Golden Bay? Project Mōhua's Stream Care can help by providing subsidised native plants to landowners.

Stream Care's goal is to help towards creating healthy streams and eco-corridors throughout Golden Bay by providing landowners with access to subsidised native riparian plants. Landowners need to be committed to ensuring the success of plantings by fencing riparian margins at a suitable width and through appropriate site preparation, planting and ongoing maintenance. Applications are encouraged for 1000+ plants (though orders of >500 will be considered on a case by case basis).

Applications are submitted in March/April (2021 dates to be advised) to pre-order plants for planting the following winter. On receipt of applications, a short site visit is undertaken to discuss the suitability of the site and provide advice to ensure the success of the plantings.

The subsidy is funded by the Cobb Mitigation Fund and Fonterra Sustainable Catchment Fund.

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